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Wok’s this Sushi? Edible QR Codes

I love sushi, especially when the restaurant serves them on a mini conveyor belt  – but, often I’ve no idea what the ingredients are or what I’m eating! Chef Robert Ruiz is labelling the sushi at his restaurants – Harney Sushi in San Diego and Oceanside in California – with QR codes printed in edible ink on rice wafers. The codes provide customers with information about the dish they...

Classic Campaign: Facebook Community Thank You

Facebook – the social media juggernaut – has amassed almost 1 billion active members. In November 2007, Facebook introduced Facebook Pages – a way for business, organizations and brands/artists to easily establish a brand presence on Facebook and build an audience of fans. This evolved in February 2009 with Facebook Likes - since then a ‘Facebook like’ has become valuable social...

Kim and Kanye spoof baby photos prove a hit in picture-led stunt

A photographer has cashed in on the birth of little North West by producing some (kind of bizarre) imaginings of Kim, Kanye and their new arrival. This sort of simple picture-led stunt is gaining in popularity – Ladbrokes did the same thing last month with their spoof royal birth photos, and it seems to prove a hit with the media.        Alison Jackson, the photographer, has received a big splash on the...

Your face on a latte

Forget incorrectly spelt, illegible names scrawled on the side of a Starbucks paper cup – you can now get an image of your face in the foam of your latte!   Lets Caffe is a Taiwanese coffee chain that serves lattes with photos of customers’ faces directly printed on their latte foam. Customers have to submit photos of themselves and the image goes into the coffee machine that reproduces the photo ith...

Argos Aliens ask Twitter users to name their new baby

Argos has come up with a great social media stunt to play on the success of their popular Alien characters, by asking Tweeters to come up with the name of the latest addition to the  family. A TV ad launches today announcing the birth of the new baby (bizarrely it’s the dad that is pregnant – attempt at being quirky-funny?). At the end we get to see the wide-eyed arrival, and the hashtag #NameOurBaby...

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